Information about the 1969 Chevy truck can be found on Wikipedia. There is a whole article on Chevy trucks and it includes specific information on the 1969 model.
No, not without major fabrication.
yes it is possible to swap the two motors but considering the 69 motor is carburated you will need to install the propler wiring harness from the 91 350 into the truck and hook all that up. but the motors will bolt up and go rite into place without a problem
10w30 Any premium brand.
It was an option back then....so yes. Simply put, find the correct power steering gear box, lines, brackets and pump. Install and enjoy.
The wiring diagram for a 1969 Chevy C10 truck is located in the service manual. It outlines where each electrical component is located and how they are wired together.
NO they are not the same.
i have the the full wiring diagram for the entire truck i can e mail you
I have one and mine is in mid condition and im saleing mine for 5000 because mid conditon can run up to 7500 for and 1969
I am not sure about a 69 C60 but I am guessing it is not in the standard area, if that is the case, my motor home has it on the power steering pump... as I recall, 69 Chevy c60 booster is behind driver side step to get in truck
Pontiac Chevy PU motor switchIf you try hard enough. Depends on what transmission is in the truck. Some had duel bolt pattern where the motor and trans. bolt together. Chevy has a different pattern than all othe GM's All other GM's interchange except for Chevy. Chevy, all motors, rear wheel drive will interchange, 1955 to at least mid 90's probably current.
Look again, could it be 3970010? If so it came out of a 1969-79 car, truck or Vette
Remove the belt from your 1969 Chevy power steering pump. Remove the power steering pump hoses. Remove the power steering pump retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new power steering pump.
Penske Truck Leasing was created in 1969.
you take the wheel off and take the drum off and then you get a haynes book and figure it out. ain't tht hard there pale
You first have to take the passenger side (bottom) dashboard out. You then remove (approx) 3 bolts from the inside and (approx) 2 nuts from the motor side. The heater core is inside the heater box. When the box comes off, you then remove the heater core from the box - after removing about 6-8 screws. It is more difficult than it sounds.
It depends on what parts you are looking to replace, mechanical or body parts. List the parts you are looking for.
A real nice 1969 Chevy C10, fleetside, longbed, six cylinder, 2 wheel drive, with no a/c, could bring as much as $20K. Need to know more about the truck and its accessories.
yes, just think about it the older the truck the lighter the truck will get so yeah.
No. But 1969 thru 1972 Chevrolet truck grille assembly will interchange.
behind the glove box area